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the winner. jacob long picks up the story. >> reporter: dewitt county clerk recorder smith is digging through her purse for a coin. >> there it is. >> reporter: the reason is -- >> you never know. anything is possible. >> reporter: smith's search is successful. >> we have a quarter. we're going to go for it. >> reporter: when the clock strikes three, she flips the quarter into the air. >> tails. >> reporter: but this is no ordinary coin toss. it is deciding the outcome of a county board race. >> we just needed something to break the tie, so here we are. >> reporter: republican incumbent terry ferguson and independent george miller want to serve district b. the problem, election results show they're dead even. >> we waited 14 days for absentees to come in. we counted. we now have a tie between two of them. >> reporter: since the state has no specific rules for a situation like this, the clerk is getting creative. and flipping a coin. >> it is a head. >> reporter: as the incumbent ferguson goes first, calling tails, but the quarter lands on heads, meaning he loses. >> well, a little disappointe
name been smith instead of bush, i think a lot of people would have been wondering why he didn't run this time around. i think he's a formidable competitor. >> you bring up a really good point here. if you're a democrat, you're saying sure, give us another bush to run against because we think the bush name is somewhat poison right now, maria, but, but, jeb bush is fluent in spanish. he's married to a woman who grew up in mexico. he has strong ties in a big state with a big latino vote. this is the kind of guy that could put democrats on the defensive. >> he would give us a whole lot more competition than mitt romney did, but that's not saying much. jeb bush absolutely i think is a tremendous leader when it comes to the issues that are important to latinos for example, immigration and education. he's got a very good name i.d. among latino voters. he does have a mexican wife, is fluent in spanish. is very comfortable, the same way his brother is, around latinos. but i think the problem for jeb bush is absolutely his name sake. his legacy. and you know, i know that a lot of people might
direct are of wealth management from morgan stanley smith barney. let's talk about the bottom line here. a middle class family of four, why should they worry? why should a family liking that worry about the fiscal cliff? >> a family in arkansas that makes $55,000 a year will pay $3,000 more a year in taxes if it's fully implemented. that's a pretty big amount of money for an average family to absorb in a year. it slows the economy and ripples through all parts of the united states. we don't think it's going to happen fully. if it were, it would be pretty devastating to the u.s. economy. >> that is a lot of money for these families. but is everyone affected by this? >> yes 121 million taxpayers, 90% of america is affected. the lowest tax bracket goes from 10% to 15%. that's a pretty big rise. >> businesses certainly watching the cliff closely. how would it affect american business if we did go over it? >> we think we would flirt with recession. probably 1% off the gdp would come from it. it would cause unemployment to go higher which would hurt the nation. so goes business so goes americ
before the appointment. >> i see a two-page report. i say, oh, mr. smith, i see you have back pain since 12 years since you fell from a horse. i see you're sad. you're worried and drinking maybe is a problem. and you say, oh, my god, someone who finally understands what's going on. >> and patients can even see the results tracked over time. but if question is, is there really time for these types of in-depth conversations in the emergency rooms? you guys are busy. do you have time to be drilling down on pain issues when you're dealing with all the things that e.r.s deal with? >> it may not be any longer than five-minute, honest sit-down conversation. but if we're really out there to save lives this is something we have to take the extra five minutes for. >> dr. anderson walked me around a hospital in tacoma, washington. one of the first things you will notice here and every e.r. in the state is a reminder for patients of restrictions on how much pain medication they can be prescribed. >> not only are we all playing by the same rules, we are also now all communicating with one another. >>
and earth. guts. glory. ram. >>> like mother, like daughter apparently. the late anna nicole smith who used the guess jeans ad campaign to help launch her career didn't live to see her 6-year-old daughter step into her shoes. and yes, become a guess kids model. michelle turner joins us from los angeles. and i have such mixed feelings about this, michelle. >> yeah. yeah. no, i feel you on that. i definitely do. we all remember those guess jean ads for anna nicole smith. and it's like, well, guess who's in them now, her daughter, dani lynn. she is all of 6 years old, carol. yeah, these photos have people talking. we've been talking about it all day. not everyone is a fan either. guess says that it's a first for them, having a legacy model for them. it's been good traction and marketing because we have been talking about it. now the ads look very innocent and very charming. so this little girl actually may have a future in front of the camera. but as charming as this story could be, there's a lot of people who remember how her mother could not keep it together in the public eye. there is conce
to spend more this year, and you know, i want to bring in mary smith. and mary, we were talking about this earlier. you feel more confident about spending money this go-around. tell me about that. >> i do. i just feel the economy's getting stronger. and you know, it's just easier than it was last year. >> so, you know, i saw you looking around. what are the items that stand out to you? what are you looking to buy? >> well, today, i'm getting an itouch. >> very cool. and you know the other thing, i did the same story last year, and you talk with these people. you talk to families. this seems to be tradition. after thanksgiving you come out, you shop for black friday and you were telling me the same for you? >> that's correct. it's been a tradition since as long as i can remember that my mother and i would come shopping the day after thanksgiving, just a kickoff to the holidays. >> a lot of people seem to be doing that. fewer people in the store right now than we saw earlier. but the store opened at midnight. we saw some 600 people file into this particular store. a lot of people shoppi
from all over the world for all sorts of reasons. in chicago, dawn smith wanted to improve her job skills with a free course in pharmacology from the university of pennsylvania. she loved the convenience, the quality, and the cost. >> about another 19 years of payments on my master's degree so i didn't want to necessarily add to the cost of that. which was a big factor. >> some point out that the immersive experience of attending college can hardly be replicated by loggingon to a laptop and the contact with professors hugely limited
are connecting from all over the world for all sorts of reasons. in chicago, dawn smith wanted to improve her job skills with a free course in pharmacology from the university of pennsylvania. she loved the convenience, the quality, and the cost. >> about another 19 years of payments on my master's degree so i didn't want to necessarily add to the cost of that. which was a big factor. >> some point out that the immersive experience of attending college can hardly be replicated by loggingon to a laptop and the contact with professors hugely limited online. but this trend could open up education to hundreds of millions of people. >> i've already taught more students than i could have ever hoped to teach in my entire career. >> reporter: and there's still a lot to learn. tom foreman, cnn, baltimore. >> that does it for this edition of "360." thank you for watching. "erin burnett outfront starts now." > outfront next, with the fiscal cliff just 35 days away, congressional loerds say president obama isn't doing enough to make a deal. senator mark warner, the third wealthiest man of the senate, outfron
of black friday. >>> brian smith invites us into the tent he is calling home this week. >> this is my side. used to be inflated. but i have slept here the past three days. >> don't let the modest look of the place fool you. by no means is he roughing it. he is not spending time becoming one with nature. >> couple of air mattresses. we have our tv. and some playstations. and it's all powered by a generator. >> reporter: smith is just one among a sea of shoppers, calling the best buy parking lot home. that is, until what many would say is the most intense shopping day of the year. black friday. >> i'm interested in a samsung tv. it's $600 -- actually it's $700 off. >> big savings the reason these campers have set up camp. all ready to snag the doorbuster deal. >> i'm here for two tvs, blu-ray player, external hard drive, extra ram for my computer. >> makeshift tent community it's not so much about where you stand in line but where you cope why your chair. >> keeping in touch with the people around us so they know what position we are and they know where we are. >> spending the thanksgiving h
're supposed to have respect for one another. brows smith, i could always shake his hand. reggie white, i could always shake his hand after a game. i would never shake this guy's hand because once again, he's crossed over the line and it's obvious that it was on purpose. shannon sharpe pile d on. he had a similar response on twitter. suh needs to get suspended for kicking schaub in the groin. that was a deliberate act. eric vincent is the detroit lions columnist for bleacher report.c report.com. he now joins me by phone. wow! so do you agree with shannon sharpe and boomer esiason? >> i think everybody just needs to relax, especially shannon sharpe and boomer esiason. it was just a natural reaction. you see suh's body, he's falling towards the ground and his foot kicks out just like that. not like last year where he deliberately kind of is pushing a guy's head down. this is a little bit different. this wasn't as bad as people are making it out to be. suh is not a dirty player. it's just unfortunate what happened. >> oh, come on. how could -- i'm a lions fan and i think he he's a great player, bu
this morning i asked morgan stanley smith barney director ron hart if there were any benefits of actually going over. >> getting our fiscal house in order, either now or later, right? we can't spend money at this trajectory, 16 trillion in debt. 99 trillion nun funded liabilities with medicare and social security, so at some point you've either got to do it now or do it later. >> congress is back in session on monday and expectsed to work on a solution. >>> and in europe, european union leaders aend two dye days of divisive budget talks without a deal. they are caught for one plan to increase the budget and another to cut t.eu leaders should be able to reach a deal early next year. >>> number four, take a look at this. not sure what all the letters and numbers mean. neither do top british spy agencies. it's apparently some sort of world war ii code that was found on the skeleton of a carrier pigeon found in a man's chimney in england. this is pretty fascinating stuff. according to the uk intelligence agency, 250,000 pigeons were used during world war ii by all branches of the military and the s
. >> michelle turner, thank you very much. >> five years after her death, anna nicole smith's 6-year-old daughter following in her mother's footsteps and has a lot of people wondering why. time mother of three. it was soccer, and ballet, and cheerleading, and baseball. those years were crazy. so, as we go into this next phase, you know, a big part of it for us is that there isn't anything on the schedule. [ gordon ] for some this line is a convenience. how you doing today? i'm good thanks. how are you? i'm good. [ gordon ] but for others, it's all they can afford. every day nearly nine million older americans don't have enough to eat. anything else? no, not today. join me, aarp, and aarp foundation in the drive to end hunger by visiting drivetoendhunger.org. [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive is
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